The Canary Islands Government inform :
To maintain the archipelago’s low incident rate for the pandemic and guarantee the sustainability of our tourist activity, the following regulation is valid for the access to any touristic establishment.
All clients over the age of 12 who are not arriving from the Canary Islands must present one of the following certificates:
- An official certificate of having received the full vaccination of one of the vaccines authorized by the European Medication Agency (EMA) against Covid-19 within the 8 months prior to the arrival or having received at least one dose more than 15 days prior to the arrival and within the last 4 months. The document must state the vaccine received, the number of doses and the date of each dose.In this case it is not necessary to present a negative test result.
- A medical certificate or public document which certifies that the client has passed the disease less than 6 months ago.The document must state the date of the disease. In this case it is not necessary to present a negative test result.
- A negative test result (PCR, TMA or Antigen).
To solve your doubts before traveling here you have the latest news published by the government of the Canary Islands. 👉https://www.holaislascanarias.com/coronavirus/